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  • Organic sales hit all-time highs last year, according to the 2019 Organic Industry Survey.

Record year for organic sales in 2018

By Justin Walker Communications Specialist Organic sales hit all-time highs last year, according to the Organic Industry Survey. The survey, released last week by the Organic Trade Association, showed the U.S. organic market made $52.5 [...]


  • The U.S. and Japan announced an agreement to end trade restrictions on American beef last week.

Japan lifts trade restrictions on U.S. beef

By Justin Walker Communications Specialist The U.S. and Japan announced an agreement to end trade restrictions on American beef last [...]

  • More than 90 Texas Farm Bureau leaders traveled to Austin for to advocate for key legislative priorities, including eminent domain reform.

TFB leaders push for eminent domain reform

By Jennifer Dorsett Field Editor Texas farmers and ranchers walked the halls of the state Capitol this week, advocating for [...]

  • A Texas Tech University student with a history of agricultural advocacy has been honored with Texas Farm Bureau’s $20,000 S.M. True Jr. Agricultural Scholar Award.

TFB selects prestigious S.M. True scholarship winner

By Justin Walker Communications Specialist A Texas Tech University student with a history of agricultural advocacy has been honored with [...]

  • Texas Farm Bureau’s (TFB) AgLead-FarmLead class recently visited the state Capitol to discuss legislation impacting Texas agriculture.

AgLead-FarmLead visits Austin for legislative session

By Justin Walker Communications Specialist Texas Farm Bureau’s (TFB) AgLead-FarmLead class recently visited the state Capitol to discuss legislation impacting [...]

  • NRCS is accepting applications to establish gardens, rainwater harvesting systems and seasonal high tunnels through the Texas NRCS Urban and Rural Conservation Projects.

Funding available for Texas Urban and Rural Conservation Projects

There are areas of the U.S. that do not have easy access to affordable, fresh foods that make up a [...]

  • Sorghum acres could be down this year despite good growing conditions, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert.

Sorghum acres expected down in Texas

By Justin Walker Communications Specialist Sorghum acres could be down this year despite good growing conditions, according to a Texas [...]

  • A joint effort between two universities could lead to better papaya production, according to AgriLife Today.

Genetic discovery could change future of papaya

By Justin Walker Communications Specialist A joint effort between two universities could lead to better papaya production, according to AgriLife [...]

  • Despite U.S. President Donald Trump’s warning Monday morning, the People’s Republic of China announced its intent to raise tariffs on thousands of U.S. exports June 1.

China to impose new, increased tariffs on U.S. exports

By Jessica Domel Multimedia Reporter Despite U.S. President Donald Trump’s warning Monday morning, the People’s Republic of China announced its [...]